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  • 1 year later...

^ The guy who posted that photo, posted it just over a year ago.

So unless somebody else knows it's whereabouts, the mystery lives!

 

Then again, it could be a photoshopped photo, yes? No?

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Then there was the Texas2 burger in Japan. Don't know if it still exists. Yum.

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In Australia now...

 

...The wrap also contains cheese, jalapenos, a pickle, guacamole, onions, sliced beetroot, grilled pineapple and tortilla chips.

 

It's part of McDonald's "build your burger" contest, which it offers in Australia but not in the U.S. Foodies can custom design their own burgers and try them out at participating restaurants. They can also design burgers online to try and win prizes, ranging from free meals at McDonald's to vacations in Sydney and Thailand.

 

Foodies select various ingredients and assemble them using the McDonald's "create your taste" online option. The bun choices include the lettuce wrap, and there's a total of 31 ingredients to choose from...

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I could do without the pineapple. (o;

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^ Cool! And I am about to head back to The PNE this late afternoon,

and am planning (with a $ off coupon) on "Building My Own Burger"

soon, before heading off to catch the Peter Pan LIVE! show.

 

Will post a pic or two of The Creation, when I get it done.

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The coupon in question. (o;

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^ I get to The Fair. I buy my burger.

 

The camera battery is dead.

 

 

That's all I got, sadly.

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This was the place I went, on the far right, there: Gourmet Burgers. (Photo from earlier visit.)

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Just came back from Amsterdam and Paris. And we had some really awesome burgers there, too!

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At a great place called BURGER BAR in Amsterdam. I will eventually explain their contents in my TR, that I am now starting up.

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^ Hmm, that needs to be SMASHED together, LOL!

 

I forgot to post this link, as my David had emailed it to me some months ago.

It sure makes you wonder how anybody could go week to week, or month to month,

without at least one burger in their life.

 

http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1g55YP/:t71a9VtP:WHqa+eAn/www.cheeseandburger.com/

 

It's posted by Wisconsin Cheese, but hey - all cheese is awesome!

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Got another one here. I got it in Walibi Holland on my Sept.visit there.

The translation of what reads HARD GAAN is... Live Fast! they told me.

 

Two burger patties split, then put into a (kind of) hoagie bun.

Fries were great. Actually, fries were ALWAYS great, no matter

where we had them, in Amsterdam or Paris OR Disney Paris!

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It was okay. Fries were better IMhO. Sept.12/15 And there's always MAYO for the fries!

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Choices of meat I had to decide among, for my Burger Bar burgers, in Amsterdam...

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The circled numbers are the ones I chose, in order of the nights visited. And each one 200 gm. (o:

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An Ontario fast food chain is getting international attention for a mind-boggling – and stomach-churning – combination of one of its menu items: a hamburger stuffed with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

The Works introduced its Get Stuff’d burgers last week, which included the chocolate and meat combo mess. The Reese PBC is a burger patty stuffed with Reese Peanut Butter Cups, topped with crispy onion strings and more of the chocolate cups.

 

The restaurant first tweeted about the bizarre concoction on October 22, which is apparently National Nut Day, though the timing is also appropriate for Halloween.

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Yum?

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An Ontario fast food chain is getting international attention for a mind-boggling – and stomach-churning – combination of one of its menu items: a hamburger stuffed with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.

The Works introduced its Get Stuff’d burgers last week, which included the chocolate and meat combo mess. The Reese PBC is a burger patty stuffed with Reese Peanut Butter Cups, topped with crispy onion strings and more of the chocolate cups.

 

The restaurant first tweeted about the bizarre concoction on October 22, which is apparently National Nut Day, though the timing is also appropriate for Halloween.

And people call America fat

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^ Totally agree with you. There's way too much.....meat in there.

 

Here's pic of the last burger (#3) I had in Amsterdam, in September. (I forget what David

had, heh) The most expensive of the three burger meats available....Wagyu Beef.

The basic burger was twice the co$t of the other two (Irish and Angus). Tasted good,

but for myself, not enough to be my "Best of The Three." The other two were fine, as well.

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With avacadoe, and Old Amsterdam cheese, a new "franchise store" of Gouda that's really creamy and flavourful.

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One of the franchise shops around the city. A "Boutique Cheese Shop" I called it and others, lol.

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Boutique Cheese Shop.....cheeses. All flavoured/spiced Goudas, packaged for travel.

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Wagyu Beef, up close and personal. (o;

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Here's one of the burgers that our local White Spot offers.

 

It's called the "Double Double".

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Double the meat, toppings, and even the dill pickle!

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White Spot's at Playland (PNE), right by The Beast.

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New burger stuff to enjoy....

 

Just found this site, with great graphics and awesome burgers!

 

http://www.burgerworld.tv/?clickOnPoster=1

 

Good enough.

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My last burger of our Amsterdam-Paris tour (David had the Fish&Chips). At HD Diner, located just below our flat in Paris!

And it was awesome! As were the fries, like in Amsterdam, cooked to perfection. Loved them, too!

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^ For myself, that would be three separate meals.... all at once, lol.

 

P.S. The McD's "Jolly Burger" being pushed up here, is overpriced,

"okay" in taste, and just not worth buying again. Humbug.

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